Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s “phenomenal” Supreme Court Justice pick would be his sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, a federal judge who is a staunch partial-birth abortion supporter, whose reasoning for her support easily extends to rationalizing the legalization of infanticide.
Trump was “very pro-choice” in 1999. Now he advocates there should be exceptions for abortions, yet at the same time argues:
“the biggest problem I have with Planned Parenthood is the abortion situation. I mean, it’s like an abortion factory, frankly;”
“maybe some of the things are good and I know a lot of things are bad;”
“the abortion aspect of Planned Parenthood…absolutely should not be funded.”
He adds, “I’ve had many women – I’ve had many Republican, conservative women – come up and say Planned Parenthood serves a good function, other than that one aspect.”
The “aspect” to which Trump refers is what Dr. Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood’s director of medical services, describes on video. The high demand—and cost for fetal livers, lungs and “intact” hearts—from aborted babies.